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NAME

       sqlobject-admin - manage your database as defined with SQLObject classes

SYNOPSIS

       sqlobject-admin [options] command

DESCRIPTION

       The sqlobject-admin tool included with SQLObject allows you to manage your database as
       defined with SQLObject classes.

       Some of the features include creating tables, checking the status of the database,
       recording a version of a schema, and updating the database to match the version of the
       schema in your code.

COMMANDS

       The following commands are recognized:

       help
           Show the help text.

       create
           Find the tables and create them. Existing tables are simply skipped.

       sql
           Show the SQL to create all the tables.

       drop
           Drop tables. Missing tables are skipped.

       execute
           Execute an arbitrary SQL expression.

       list
           List out all the found classes.

       status
           Show if tables are present in the database.

       record
           Record historical information about the database status

       upgrade
           Update the database to a new version (as created by record)

OPTIONS

       -c CONNECTION, --connection=CONNECTION
           Connection string for the database .

       -f FILENAME, --config-file=FILENAME
           Configuration file from which to get the connection to the database.

       -m MODULE, --module=MODULE
           A module to look in for classes.

       -p PACKAGE, --package=PACKAGE
           A package to look in.

       --class=CLASSMATCH
           Restricting the found classes to the matching classes.

       --egg=EGG_SPEC
           Egg description that should be loaded.

AUTHORS

           This manual page was written by Carl Chenet <chaica@ohmytux.com>.

LICENSE

           This package is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License version
           2.1 (or later). You can find the full text of the LGPL in
           /usr/share/common-licenses/LGPL in your Debian system.

                                            06/03/2010                         SQLOBJECT-ADMIN(1)